Universal Studios Orlando

Our Green is Universal initiative brings an environmental perspective to everything we do, informing and entertaining our audiences while driving more sustainability practices into our own operations. 

Universal Studios Orlando Orlando, FL, USA
Nov 02, 2018
Being a part of the Universal family also comes with extraordinary perks. We offer a comprehensive benefits package, career development, excellent growth opportunities, free park admission, complimentary passes, and more! Join us if you want to collaborate, innovate, develop, and deliver the most compelling entertainment experiences imaginable that drive growth for the Universal brand around the world. Experience a workplace that will inspire you to be Bold! Apply today. JOB SUMMARY : Coordinate and guide project design decisions to ensure quality by reviewing drawings, project submittals, and other related documents for accuracy and compliance with local regulation, permits, and/or global EHS policies and standards. Provide technical guidance and act as a liaison between EHS and Technical Services, Operations, Legal, Finance, Universal Creative, Planned Work, etc. Provide direct EHS contributions to new and re-commissioning projects. MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES: Conduct reviews of all project design documents to provide guidance on general safety, environmental, industrial hygiene, and occupational health for new and re-commissioning projects for corporate or regulatory compliance. Review the existing facility status to evaluate potential issues to be addressed by the design documents. Coordinate and compile a list of comments from EHS SME’s for communication with project management teams. Act as EHS project liaison to facilitate and maintain effective communication mechanisms between project management teams, operational business lines, architects, engineers, designers, and other interested parties, etc. throughout all project phases. Participate in design progress review meetings, as needed. Monitor construction in the field including identifying and resolving discrepancies between construction, drawings, and/or design intent. Develop, manage, and communicate Facility EHS punch list, incorporating regulatory and corporate compliance items for correction/completion prior to project turnover. Understands and actively participates in Environmental, Health & Safety responsibilities by following established UO policy, procedures, training and team member involvement activities. SCOPE: Responsible for facilitating a team oriented atmosphere for reviewing proposed construction (new facility development, rehabilitation of existing, demolition, etc.) and contractor labor that ensures success and positive interactions. Facilitate team ownership of projects producing project excellence through effective collaboration. Review of new rides, equipment, SDS, or plans for compliance to standards and regulations. Responsible for maintaining accurate and up-to-date active comment database Responsible for communication and partnerships with various departments to ensure success of projects involving UPR, Contractor Labor or EHS Technical compliance. Responds and coordinates resources in a timely manner to clients regarding high risk, construction, and technical concerns and requests for service and to ensure client expectations are met or exceeded. Audit installed work to confirm that the new work is up to EHS standards, codes, and requirements. EDUCATION:  Bachelor’s degree from a four year college or university in safety, environmental, construction or engineering field. EXPERIENCE: 3 – 5 years in industrial and/or construction consulting role; or equivalent combination and experience. Experience with plans review and regulatory interpretations Preferred Theme Park experience CERTIFICATIONS, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS:  Must have or be able to obtain OSHA 10 within first year of employment. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: Read and determine the applications for both US and International regulations and consensus standards. Familiarity with ANSI/ASSE/NFPA/OSHA Management standards and UO Safety Management Systems. Strong analytical skills necessary to resolve and interpret problems associated with high level risk assessments. Understanding of basic operational concepts related to High Risk Operation Risk assessments, Contractor Management and Operational Safety. Ability to communicate effectively with business leaders, non-technical staff and members of interdisciplinary staff. Must have excellent written and oral communication skills. Ability to compose spreadsheets, written briefings for distribution to all levels. Must have working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite. Working knowledge of Bluebeam and naviswork is preferred Must be able to effectively manage multiple tasks and ensure compliance with each. Works well with others and is a self-starter Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Job requires active coordination with multiple departments/clients across property. Must be able to analyze and assess labor and equipment required to complete scheduled project work, and initiate a plan to successfully execute in compliance. Your talent, skills and experience will be rewarded with a competitive compensation package. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Universal Studios Orlando Orlando, FL
Nov 02, 2018
Full time
Here at Universal Parks & Resorts™, you can enjoy an exciting culture where creating our unique Universal brand of thrilling experiences is a top priority. We are passionate about what we do and take pride in the exclusive ways we deliver fun. Comprised of Universal Orlando Resort, Universal Studios Hollywood, Universal Studios Japan, Universal Studios Singapore, and a new destination coming in Beijing, China; we are proud to offer a universe of extraordinary opportunities. It takes a special kind of person to work at all of our destinations. We value individuals who know how to be part of a team, who embrace fun and are serious about their work. It takes hard work, dedication, knowledge and just the right amount of Universal spirit to open our doors of opportunity. We champion the power of cultural diversity and inclusion and continuously strive to maintain a team that is a reflection of our global audience. Being a part of the Universal family also comes with extraordinary perks. We offer a comprehensive benefits package, career development, excellent growth opportunities, free park admission, complimentary passes, and more! Join us if you want to collaborate, innovate, develop, and deliver the most compelling entertainment experiences imaginable that drive growth for the Universal brand around the world. Experience a workplace that will inspire you to be Bold! Apply today. JOB SUMMARY : The candidate for this role is responsible for management and implementation of the Universal Orlando (UO) Environmental Health & Safety (EHS) Contractor Safety Program. This includes: contractor/vendor performance reviews, pre-construction meetings, on-site contractor inspections/audits, and technical guidance. This also includes acting as a liaison between EHS, Project Teams and the general contractor, design review and construction standardization. This individual consults with all levels of the Project Teams to validate designs and construction throughout the project development and build out meet regulations as well as Universal Parks & Resorts (UPR) and Corporate standards. This individual manages EHS responsibilities on construction sites which include: action planning, incident investigation, risk assessments, safety initiatives, and overall compliance for regulations and established policies and procedures. MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES: Pre-Construction Phase: Review concept packages and consult on the development of the construction documents with the Project Teams and Facility Management. Manage EHS contractor pre-qualification process and evaluates contractor against established EHS performance protocols. Participate in pre-construction meetings, communicating UO EHS Contractor Safety expectations to contractors and Project Team. Conduct UO Contractor Orientation in alignment with written program. Evaluate EHS logistics with general contractors, vendors for site/construction, and the Project Teams with regards to site access, insurance, site EHS requirements. Design Phase: Consult with Project Manager and Facility Management to review various design phase submittals which impact EHS programs. Review project design documents for corporate and/or regulatory compliance, coordinates and compiles a list of comments from EHS subject matter experts. Review the existing facility status to evaluate potential issues to be addressed by the design documents. Attend design progress review meetings. Demolition/Construction Phase: Manage the Construction Specialist to ensure compliance with UO EHS Contractor Safety Program through participation in regular meetings and site inspections of the general contractors with the Project Team documenting the results in weekly inspections or daily observations in Gensuite. Facilitate and maintains effective communication mechanisms between contractors/vendors, project management teams and EHS business lines throughout the project phase regarding project submittals, timelines, plans, construction schedule, and change management to facilitate compliance with regulations and EHS construction specifications. Develop punch lists, incorporating regulatory and corporate compliance items for correction. Support Project Manager with incident investigations, concern reports, and emergent issues relating to EHS compliance. Closeout Phase: Manage overall EHS punch list and close out process for the facility. Participate in the overall project post mortem. Prepare documents for review for EHS project sign offs as necessary. Understands and actively participates in Environmental, Health & Safety responsibilities by following established UO policy, procedures, training and team member involvement activities. Performs other duties as assigned. SCOPE:   Non-routine; general policies applied to frequently changing situations. Influences decisions of moderate nature requiring a high degree of tact. Facilitates team ownership of projects producing project compliance through effective collaboration. Conduct routine inspections/audits of all assigned work areas throughout property under construction or rehab. Responsible for resolving high risk level compliance problems using experience or outside resources as needed. Responsible for ensuring appropriate general UO policies are applied to frequently changing situations. Ensure any required training offsite is scheduled and means provided for contractor labor and required UPR staff to attend. Review of new equipment or plans for development of compliance procedures or processes. Responsible for communication and partnerships with various departments to ensure success of projects involving UPR, Contractor Labor or EHS Technical compliance. Respond and coordinate resources in a timely manner to clients regarding high risk, construction, and technical concerns and requests for service and to ensure client expectations are met or exceeded. EDUCATION:   Bachelor’s degree   required ; specifically in an EHS or Construction Management discipline; or 5 – 7 years relevant work experience EXPERIENCE: A minimum of 5 – 7 years’ relevant construction/project management experience. Experience with managing Technical staff Experience with plans review and regulatory interpretations or   equivalent combination of education and experience. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: This role requires active coordination with multiple departments/clients across property. The candidate must be able to analyze and assess labor and equipment required to complete scheduled project work, and initiate a plan to successfully execute. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Read and determine the applications for both US and International regulations and consensus standards. Demonstrate familiarity with ANSI/ASSE/NFPA/OSHA Management standards and UO Safety Management Systems. Ability to budget, plan and organize processes and teams of people, maintain schedules, develop and communicate summary reports to executive levels of the business. Strong analytical skills necessary to resolve and interpret problems associated with high level risk assessments. Understand basic operational concepts related to High Risk Operation, Risk assessments, Contractor Management and Operational Safety. Ability to communicate effectively with business leaders, non-technical staff and members of interdisciplinary staff. Must have excellent written and oral communication skills. Ability to compose spreadsheets, written briefings for distribution to all levels. Must have working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite. Must be able to effectively manage multiple tasks and ensure compliance with each. Must work well with others and be a self-starter Your talent, skills and experience will be rewarded with a competitive compensation package. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com